Focus on products
of the season

Red cabbage


La Légumière, the specialist in Breton and seasonal vegetables! red cabbage

Shape and external appearance


Round shape

Properties


Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, red cabbage can benefit us in many ways: – May reduce the risk of cancer. – Helps to limit cardiovascular diseases. – Reduces the risk of cataract.

Caliber


from 30 to 60 cm in diameter

Scientific and botanical name


Red cabbage is a member of the Brassica oleracea family. it is a form of cabbage.

Coloring


The color of its leaves can vary according to the acidity of the soil. When grown on acidic soils, red cabbage takes on a rather reddish hue, while on basic soils, red cabbage is sometimes bluish.

Origin & Culture


Red cabbage is native to the Mediterranean basin and the Atlantic coast. It has been known in Europe since the 8th century, but it is only in the 11th century, thanks to the work of botanists, that the difference between white and red cabbage began to be made.

Smell


Preparation advice


Choose dense, heavy, cool red cabbage with shiny, spotless leaves. It can be eaten chopped up in salads or cooked as a side dish with meat or in a potée.

Texture


Home preservation


You can keep it for 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator crisper.

Flavor


The seasonality of the product


J

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

Janvier (1)

Février (2)

Mars (3)

Juillet (7)

Août (8)

Septembre (9)

Octobre (10)

Novembre (11)

Décembre (12)

Our recipes based on this product


Nous n'avons pas encore de recettes pour ce produit.

Packaging available for this product


Colis carton, Colis bois

The seasonality of the product


J

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

Janvier (1)

Février (2)

Mars (3)

Juillet (7)

Août (8)

Septembre (9)

Octobre (10)

Novembre (11)

Décembre (12)

Discover all the products of La Légumière

Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar

Producers for La Légumière


Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar have been producing vegetables for La Légumière for many years. The cultivation of Breton vegetables no longer holds any secrets for these three brothers.